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:00. >>> jennifer cox wanted to do something. k# worried over her friend with breast cancer jen is doing what she can to celebrate those who have passed and those who are living. the road never ends siañas far jen cox is concerned. >> reporter: at the end of the dock with its back brushed up against bear creek sits a hard yacht cafe'. all is quiet today except for the flags o2kÑflapping in the breeze. we lost a dear friend last week, rhonda. >> the tests came back they found out it was worse so she had to jfdgo in for chemo. she had one treatment. >> reporter: feeling a trillion miles away from a cure jennifer knew this was her chance to do something for her friend. >> it's @¬ fair. i mean, she was too young a girl. she's going to miss a lot. >> reporter: so let the party begin. instead of feeling sad and sorry and helpless, jen did what she does party. >> i love planning parties. that's what we do, you know. and i just didn't know i could do all that. crowd. see all these ladies. they gave back all their tips. you see all these tattoos. the artist gave back his. at first the party wa
night and just kept re-reading it. >> reporter: jen leibow was at the time an undergrad studying for a communications degree. she quickly became obsessed with the suburban detroit teenager who disappeared when she herself was only 4. >> and then i brought it up to my bosses and they allowed me to call mac and see if i can be an extra set of hands for him. anything he needed. as a new investigator, i could learn from him, but i could also help him out. >> reporter: and the phone relationship remained for the next 2 1/2 years. mac, back in eastpointe doing the shoe leather investigating as he had time for and jen leibow in chicago going digital, diving into stuff that was mostly a mystery to mac. advanced computer research. searching missing person's websites, sifting myspace pages, hunting for cindy's old friends. along the way, she taught mac how to use e-mail. >> she's doing a lot of research, stuff that i don't have time to do. and she's helping me with that. >> reporter: jen's fascination with the psychology of the criminal mind brought her back time and again to some letters
with breast cancer, so jen is doing what she can to celebrate those who have passed and those woe are living. >> at the end of cove road at the end of of the dock, this is the hard yasmany betancourt valentin cafe. >> you lost a dear friend last week, rhonda. >> and when the tests came back they found out it was worst than they thought. she had to go in for cheap mow and she had -- >> reporter: feeling miles away from the cure, jen knew this was her chance to do something for her friend. >> it's not fair. she was too young. the girls were too young. >> reporter: so let the party begin. instead of feeling sad and sorry and helpless, jen did what she does best. she had a party. >> i love planning parties. it's what we do, you know. i didn't know i could do all of thattent. >> reporter: did she get a crowd. see all of these ladies? they gave back all of their tips. at first party was bye bye to boobies. but now a modern day swear job. >> anyone who said the f word, we ended up putting into it computer because people said "i don't have a dollar." we'll just add it to your tab. >> reporter: they
they may benefit women in their 40s after all. hopefully, jen, you'll help us sort it out. >> this is thought going to be a game changer, maggie, the debate will continue but we'll break it down. >> we can look at least the pillows and cons. >> absolutely. >> women can make the best decision for them maybe as an individual at the end of the day. >> absolutely. you need to weigh risks versus benefits and we'll go through that. >> it is interesting, andrea had one yesterday and one of those things at a given point in your life you have to put it on your calendar and do it and be diligent about it. lord knows what the consist kwenz can be. >> mime 40 but my husband, when i turned 40, made the appointment for me and said, you're going. >> see, that's a man who cares. >> it is. >> that's better than saying you're sorry. [ laughter ] >> hey, honey, don't worry about saying your sau, but have i got something to you. i'm going to take up to lunch and then a mammogram. >> ooh-hoo! >> it wasn't that much fun. anyway, we'll talk to jen when we come back. don't go away. your local new
morning, jen. >> good morning. well that she fire basically wiped out an entire stretch of rowhouses here on north calhoun street. you can see the yellow tape behind me blocking off this area, and it's a good thing, too, because the sidewalk is completely littered with glass and debris and broken chunks of con creert from the fallen rowhouses. these fires happened on wednesday afternoon and stretched into wednesday evening. it took more than 100 firefighters to battle the four-alarm blaze. the first fire started here on north calhoun street, and it's believed, at least preliminary nearly, that employers from that fire ignited north kerry street. in all, 11 rowhouses burned, most were vacant, but at this point we're told the red cross is assisting six families. >> we need money for clothes, food, i think some diapers. one of the families needed diapers. and we gave them -- we got them a hotel. >> the fire did begin here on north calhoun street, and so arson investigators spent a great deal of time at this fire scene trying to determine a cause. we're told they have several scheduled days o
of 3.3'%. >>> there's a lot of excitement in the bay area's filipino community. sheryl jennings has an exclusive interview with the new president of the philippines. tens of -- hundreds of people opportunity out for coastal cloneup day. >>> disenchanted with the president's health >> closed captioning brought to >> closed captioning brought to >> dan: the new president of the fill finds is in the bay area tonight. the stopped in san jose after meeting with world leaders in new york this week, including president obama. sheryl jennings sat down with president bin aqueen know. >> he is in the silicon valley on a mission to pull his country out of poverty and into peace and prosperity. >> how can we help you in your cause? >> well, the technology is fantastic. >> i had the privilege of an exclusive interview with president aquino at the san jose fairmont. this meeting brought together technology to improve the lives of the poor. >> most leave the country because there are no job opportunities for them there. it's not just a question of groner pastures. it's the only pasture. >> preside
a point a few weeks ago that the late peter jennings on abc did the same thing. reiterate that point. >> yes. thanks for bringing that up. in 1994 after the republicans took control of both houses of congress since 1950's, peter jennings went on abc radio and delivered a commentary in which he said the voters were acting like 2-year-olds who were throwing a temper tantrum. i mean, eugene robinson ought to be brought up on plagiarism charges. he took word for word what peter jennings said back in 1994. and you know what's interesting, bill, and you know this because we're both in -- you know, at the networks. when one person has an idea, they all jump on the idea. so now, the new theme is the -- the new theme at least this time around is it's the voters' fault. so one brilliant analyst comes up with it and then 20 brilliant analysts come one the exact same point and the exact same point is the one that peter jennings made in 1994. it's, you know, they're going back to the future. >> yeah, we're just not smart enough to understand the implications of our dissent or disagreement becaus
packers still un ten. aaron rogers hooks up with greg jennings a beautiful pass. beautiful 32-yard td. green bay is up 27-10. we move two minutes left in this game eagles down 7 with the 4th and one. vick is tough. the packers defense hold him and hold on to the win. green bay's first win in philly since 1962. >> i was proud of the way the guys finished. you know, it ended upcoming right down to that last drive. you know, doggone, one yard and they were still moving that thing and putting it in and playing some overtime. >> ultimately i believe in myself and i believe in the players around me. you know, everybody's ability. so you know, i trust the system. and i just knew we had to keep fighting. and that was the most important thing. >>> fireman justin tuck and the giants host the panthers. in the first regular season game at the new meadowlands stadium. first quarter the d man down 3- 0. manning a pump fake and he launches it. and he hauls in the 26 pass. giants up 7-3. under a minute to play in the half new york down 9-7 manning again hooks up with nick. a 19-yard score. the g-men
watch it immediately. jen earl is prompting evacuation orders, folks up and down the east coast making preparations as the category three storm moves north, hurricane-force gust the and torrential rain from the carolinas to maine. he is writtenning through with maximum sustained winds of 125 miles per hour. janice dean live in the fox news extreme weather center. hey j.d. >> reporter: brand new information as of 11:00, i haven't even seen the new track but you will see it with me in moments. but i just want to go over it. we now have hurricane warnings posted for the mid-atlantic region, here's what it said, large hurricane earl threatening portions of the mid atlantic now, hurricane warning issued, it was a watch, for the east coast of the u.s., from north carolina to the north carolina-virginia border, also, the watch, hurricane watch, now extending from the north carolina-versus border northward to cape henlepin, hope i said that right, i apologize if i haven't, 125 miles per hour sustained winds, a category three storm, moving northwest at 17 miles per hour. we're going to start to
out of north baltimore where a two-alarm fire sent six people fleing to safety. >> general -- jen, the good news is everyone got out safety? >> yes. and an amazing feat considering how quickly the fire spread. inside the house behind the green fields nursery, at the corner of northern parkway and falls road. according to one of the fire victims, it happened inside a second-floor bedroom and took just points in spread. six people were inside at the time, four women, a grandfather and 10-year-old boy. the 57-year-old woman was forced to jump from the attic. she injured her leg and was taken to a hospital. two women climbed out to a second-floor roof awning. and one fire victim described what it was like to have to jump from the second floor. >> and i was so scared of the jumping aspect that it took me a minute. and i was on the phone with 911 as it's happening then i heard the boards starting to crack and crack and crack, so i had to jump. i just had to jump. >> and that was christine who also described hearing the windows shattering and could feel the roof was about to go. she talk
, cheryl jennings has an exclusive one-on-one interview with the new president of the philippines during a bay area stopover. are you digs enchanted with the president's health care plan? ring ring. progresso. everyday i eat your soups, i save a lot of money. that's great. so, your rich and hearty soups have made me, rich and hearty. that's funny. i'm hearty because of your juicy steak, your potatoes... you're really, rich and happy. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. so, you can eat them right here... or eat green giant beans at home... ...frozen within 8 hours to lock in nutrients. up to you. [ green ant ] ho ho ho ♪ green giant. >>> the president of the philippines stopped in the bay area last night after a meeting in new york with obama and other world leaders. cheryl jennings sat down with the president for an exclusive one-on-one interview. >> philippines is open for business. >> the newly elected president of the philippines is on mission to get hit country out of poverty and into peace and prosperity. >> how can the silicon valley and bay area help your ca
shumann, have a great day. >> up next, cheryl jennings has an exclusive one-on-one interview with the new president of the philippines during a bay area stopover. plus, what a new poll reveals plus, what a new poll reveals about thehehehehehehehehehehehee man: we need a sofa. something i can stretch out on! woman: ooh... that will go with those lamps my mother gave us. or we could get some new lamps. or we could get no sofa. negotiating, eh? you got it! how about a nice home for our tv? how about doors to hide that drive-in theater? how about a cowhide rug? yee-haw! and the snacks? get their own place. let the marathon begin! >>> welcome back. the president of the philippines stopped in the bay area last night after meeting in new york with president obama and other world leaders. abc7's cheryl jennings sat down with him for an exclusive one-on-one interview. >> philippines is open for business. >> newly elected president of the philippines is on a mission to get his country out of poverty and peace and prosperity. >> how can we help them in your cause. >> i had the privilege of an exclus
the jen yen. that move was met with dismay in the u.s. this currency manipulation is seen as breaking international agreements. the leader has voued he will overcome the last 20 years of deflags in japan. he will not meet with one of the key actors. that is the crime he's prim ear who will also be sitting down with president obama on thursday. >> reporting for bbcs in new york. >> block buster has filed for bankruptcy protection. all orders are on line rather than going to the shop. the firm is more than $900 million in debt. demand has fallen off dramatically. looking at the markets. see the euro holding its own against the euro. there's a bit of worry there. we are seeing the strength it went up to 85.5. that's the business news. back to you in sweden, a far right party was elected for the first time taking a look at some places in europe where they have made headway the first time since april they have won many seats. the anti-immigrant, freedom party came third in an election last june. it would emerge as the strongest in the country. sweden democrats won the first 20 seats. benef
. i did not realize that he was talking to the police outside. i announced to the guard jen. >> you can see the entire interview today at 4:00. you can also see reaction to that interview. stay tuned for the news that bob o'clock. a lot of people want to hear what they have to say. >> just what was going through their minds at that moment. it is 65 degrees outside right now. >> coming up, the rise of the cell phone in the application associated with mobile devices. >> >>> i am adam caskey at the weather center. let's see what it looks like outside today. increasing clouds, and maybe even a few showers. especially north and northwest of the immediate metro area. how much rain will we see? up to about point to 5 inches. look at the numbers this morning. it is not quite as cool as yesterday because there is a warm front pushing north. 61 in silver spring. yesterday, we were largely in the 50's. 87 be high temperature today. scattered showers this afternoon and evening. parts of maryland, parts of west virginia, and overnight we may see some showers locally. 50% chance of showers. after
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jen. >>repprter: this has the name that shoold have made ate success. ashton and catherine.. they play a married couple but he has a big seccet. if formee asays continue three years after the marriage he finds out he's the found friend. >> going to be a long day. >>reporter: afterrweak review it only brought in 47 million dollars. movie that did even worse, mmgruber. based on the "saturday night live" sketch snl star will play as bumbling operative who tries to bring down a villain bent on world domestic naichlingts i don't uss gun so i use home made explosive i made wiih my oon 2 -- no. no. better not be a joke. >>reporter: it only earned 8 and half million dollars worldwide. ouch. the do nut brother are guaranteed money makers. the disney ccannel movie camp rock 2 the final comes out tomorrow. think of ii as high school musical at summmr camp. catch up on 2 hit cw baltimore shows. super natural season 5 follows 2 úbothers and a fallen angel as they take on the devil army. soup natural season premier is september 24th. clark kent tries to embrace calling as
us live from the devastating scene this morning with the very latest. good morning, jen. >> good morning. fire investigators are still looking for a cause, and meanwhile, the red cross is insisting at least 12 people who have been displaced by this fire. this fire did happen on wednesday afternoon. firefighters battled two four-alarm fires on split streets within blocks of one another. the first started on north calhoun street, and it's believed, at least preliminary nearly, that employers from the fire ignited the fire that happened on north kerry street. in all, 11 rowhouses burned, most were vacant. but at this point, we're told that the red cross is assisting six families. >> we need money for clothes, food, i think some diapers. one of the families needed diapers. you know, we got them a hotel. >> there is really not much left at this rowhouse, this section of rowhouses. you can see the huge, gaping hole behind me. as i stand here on the side, it is littered with debris and broken glass. in fact, i've seen red signs on some of the existing doors saying that this building has
this morning with the latest there. good morning, jen. >> good morning. of the 11 rowhouses that were affect by this fire, only two were occupied, and they have both been condemned. you can see the red condemned notice behind me. still, those who were affected showed up yesterday to try to salvage what was left. >> the day after fires brned on two blocks in this west baltimore neighborhood for nearly six hours and most of the smoke has cleared. >> i couldn't stay in the house at all. >> but people like esther still have a big mess on their hands. >> and from the third floor, my clothes -- >> esther is one of dozens of people on north calhoun and nearby north kerry who are struggling through the after-effects of the fires that drew nearly 100 firefighters. >> her neighbors have broken out windows, holes through their walls, and water damage as well. >> my roof is gone. half of my second floor is gone. i had water in my basement like that. >> the red cross is assisting six families in the area. >> i think some diapers. one of the families needed diapers. and we gave them -- we got them a hotel
project. our cheryl jennings shows us how it works. >> let's get this set up. >> reporter: 24-year-old matthew is being trained in carpentry by ryan lynch with a conservation corp. of the north bay. >> my family was used to seeing me go down the wrong road for many years. >> reporter: it's one of many partners in a new crime fighting effort in marin city founded by felicia gaston. >> every time i picked up the newspaper, i would read about robberies at the bus stop, robberies in a community, vandalism, gunshots. >> reporter: matthew is just one of her success stories. he's come a long way from san quentin prison. >> a viol violations of probations, sales of narcotics, trying to get fast money. not realizing the consequences. not realizing that there is opportunities out there. >> reporter: chris grayson also served time in san went tin. he's 24 and has a future thanks to the phoenix project. he was connected with earl, owner of the detailing company. chris and matthew are among dozens of young men in the phoenix project of marin. it's been so successful that a preliminary report sh
than a week? this is going to be really dangerous situation in the next 24-48 hours. jen certainly doesn't give us a lot to look forward to, j.d., as we go into the weekend. >> we'll keep you up to date. jenna: appreciate the permission to go out and buy fancy rain boots, because i don't have any. >> you have to be fashionable. jenna: that's a very good point and one that's valid to many of our viewers as well. j.d., thank you very much! if everyone wants to follow the latest on the tropical storm that's moving up the east coast or just to see what's going on in weather in your own home town, we have it for you, go to foxnews.com/weather. gregg: mass protests across europe today. take a look: >> madrid, spain, workers walking off the job today to protest government austerity measures, airlines canceling flights and protestors blocking trucks from delivering produce to the marketplace, unions calling for the strike, saying that banks triggered the financial crisis, but workers are suffering as a direct result. jenna: gregg, we've talked about the outrage over bank bailouts right her
straight: >> we told the barnably inn to make sure they had plenty of alcohol for us! jen i wonder if peter doocy is staying at that same inn. we find him in chatham, massachusetts. >> the weather is pretty mild here, but earl is on its way. luckily, he's expected to get here around low tide so coastal flooding is not expected to be an issue, however, the forecast, we might get up to 6 inches of rain in just about six hours, a span of six hours, so urban flooding could cause significant problems and there's no evacuation order at this time but if the winds reach up to 70 miles an hour the army corps of engineers is going to close down the bridges to and from cape cod. nobody on, and nobody off. and for the most part, people are running out of time to decide if they're going to stay or leave, and it sounds like many tough new englanders are going to ride it out here. listen: >> we're going to try to be open as much as possible for the convenience of people needing supplies. >> we're not leaving, because there hasn't been -- they haven't told us to leave. >> reporter: and jenna, no matter wha
be digging is to the college campuses. darrius jennings, 274 rushing yards for the night. gilman has little trouble from the stags, 35-10. going on the road following monday night on road feels like a recipe for disaster. ray lewis in his 15th year at middle linebacker demonstrated he is not hanging on too long. the ravens won a game many thought they would not. ray earned a 15-yard penalty. a natural letdown after beating the jets. >> we have another week coming up this week, and the bengals are a quality opponent. now it is over. >> i asked about the fact that the bengals did not look very good last week. >> he said if you fall for that, >> he said if you fall for that, you everyone knows a fee is a tax. you raised some taxes during that period, particularly the property tax as well as a lot of fee increases. as you know, there's a big difference between fees and taxes. but...they're the same. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. there's a big difference between fees and taxes. fees and taxes are one in the same. if it comes out of my pocket, it's a tax. now he says it isn't tr
the heck is so darn funny? we may never know but check out this speech from the prime minister in jen knee that v.a. he is doing the swiss equivalent of the blah blah blah when he starts to lose it [ laughter ] he does it again. he just can't seem to get it together. the crowd seems to be in on the joke, whatever it is. if only we spoke german, which is, by the way what they speak. [ music throughout ] [ male announcer ] looking for a complete picture of your money? meet pnc virtual wallet. it comes with a calendar that shows you all your finances at once. it lets you know when your money's going out. and when it's coming in. it even tells you when you're running low. we call that danger days. it's built to help you see your money in a whole new light. experience everything virtual wallet has to offer at pncvirtualwallet.com. pnc. for the achiever in us all. ♪ pnc. for the achiever in us all. words alone aren't enough. our job is to listen and find ways to help workers who lost their jobs to the spill. i'm iris cross. we'll keep restoring the jobs, tourist beaches, and businesses impacte
, everything except high jen and helium. all of those heaviel elements, every atom in your body that is made of carbon and so forth, was manufactured deep inside a star. and that was blown typically in the end stages of the star's life. and later on, it became incorporatedded into our solar system, the earth and -- >> and our bodies. >> it's the rarest stuff in the universe. about 100 of a percent of the universe is made of heavy elements. that's that pyramid at the top. now the big part of the pyramid, which is about a 1/2% that is actually the visible stuff in the universe, the stars. >> that's about 25%? >> no the visible stuff, half a percent. everything we can see. -- when you look out at night -- >> i thought your dark matter was 25% and then your dark energy was what 50%? >> about 70%. >> 70? >> yes. so the dark matter about 25% and the dark at oms, the at oms we can't see about 4 1/2%, that is most of the universe as far ats math and then the dark energy, the stuff making i >>> if you add those elements up, elements, if you add those parts of the pyramid up, you have 70% that's invis
. then in a tie game late in the fourth aaron rogers hit james jones. brian urlacher stripped him and tim jennings recovers for the bears. 2:18 to play but they were in trouble. it was second and 21. cutler throws off his back foot into traffic and greg olson up to make the play, a big first down for the bears. they burn the clock to the final seconds robbie gold chip shot wins it for the bears 20- 17. a great victory and great to have devin hester back on the scoreboard. >> it was a return that was called we ran the return you know. and i was pressing on it to make sure i hit it hard this tame and don't second guess myself that's what i did. >> huge huge. if we can get him going again it's been a little bit since devin has really been electric back there. to get him doing again like that get him feeling it energized he brings a whole new dimension to a game. >> everything came into play. special teams, you know, big plays critical situations, even penalties, you know, on critical drives, everything came into play. >> we're in the division where we wanted to be. big win for us they are a good
cocaine, heroine, what louis jens and inhalants kind combined. >> the drug dealers look different. they could be us sometimes. >> reporter: on the last day of life, he lifted weights, went to his part-time job and shared enthusiasm for the student staff basketball game in which he played. phil can't get his son back, but he can prevent other parents from the pain, the arrange and the loneliness he has endured. >> it's not okay to lose a child. >> andrea mckaren, 9 news now, york pennsylvania. >> the dea nationwide effort to take back unused and unwanted prescription drugs takes place tomorrow 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. so if you want to find out about the sites available in our area, go to our web site at wusa9.com. >>> we're parred in the dc region. not enough rain. but folks in the midwest up to their waste in floodwater. heavy rain caused flooding across part of minnesota and wisconsin. bridges, as you can see, are out. homes and businesses have been ruined, and many more families are under evacuation orders to head for higher ground while they still can. >> a lot of people are amazed b
were taking photos after ed just asked jen to mary him on bended knee and a guitar. who comes up behind them but the boss? barefoot and glasses, bruce springstein takes over ed's guitar, sings a tune, takes a couple pictures and moves on. >> that is amazing! >> that's a great shot, isn't it? >>> well it is the 29th of september. let's see who's celebrating a birthday today! it's our very own jamie costello! [applause] big 5-1. >> she called he 51. >> he's 51 cent! [laughter] >> jamie, happy birthday. he's pictured right there with his beautiful daughter, lauren, a student at the university of delaware. >>> all right, 6:25. and if you have a birthday, send it in to morningshow@wmar.com. send a nice picture, we'll put it on the air and celebrate your birthday with you. >>> her birthday party can be described as a wild time. >>> for this little girl, wasn't the party she dreamed about. >>> plus: >> reporter: baltimore city health officials fight against bedbugs. i'll tell you how you can get answers about this problem. two governors, two different approaches. even in good times bob ehrlich
kids to -- screaming kids to restaurants! see you tomorrow, bye guys. jen hi everybody, i'm jenna lee. jon: and i'm jon scott, "happening now", locals are calling it the worst and most expensive fire in colorado history, a news conference about to get underway in boulder. weep keep an eye on it for you. jenna: this is where things stand now, the fire is 10 percent contained, at least 135 homes have been destroyed. 3500 residents evacuated, and four people are still missing at this time. alicia acuna is live at the fire demand center in boulder, colorado. what are firefighters up against today? >> reporter: well, jenna, they're up against a warning from the national weather center, saying that there's a red flag warning for winds today. now, what that means in terms of the fire is that at any time, the winds could really come and whip things up again. you mentioned 10 percent containment. firefighters did say they're starting to get a line on the fire, however, these winds could really make it more dangerous and make them have to actually pull back. we are about 6 miles from the fire l
touched the abc family in a very personal way five years ago peter jennings lost his fight against lung cancer. >> spent a lot of time on politics, a lot of time debating but let's remember who we are at the end of the day when we're families and caregivers and patients. >> statistics show cancer takes a life every minute. in america 1500 people die each day why as important, the progress that's been made sure vial rates are higher than ever and scientists are coming closer and closer to cracking the cancer code. we're counting down the race until komen maryland's ray for the cure it's set for sunday october 3rd in hunt valley. abc 2 will be live on the air to broadcast the event from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. you can still register for the race. all you have to do is head to our web site at abc2news.com. when you get there click on the lifestyle tab and then click on think pink. >>> hope we have better weather for the race this year than last it rained last year. >> early that. it was a rainy one. >> it was raining. >> so far we are in a very dry pattern. we do see the chance probably 60,
dunne took last night off, came back tonight with a ven jens. skdmost in the nature and more than enough to help the nationals win their fourth straight of the season. third inning, adam dunn looking for his second home run. this one dare i say done and gone. a sixth multi-homer game of t season. nationals on top 3-0. nats pitcher george zimmerman trying to get back in the groove after a couple ort outings. zimmerman struck out five and gets his first win in 15 months. this was the py of e night. willie harris taking carl farnsworth deep. where is the ball, where is the ball? willie is thinking, i'm thinking inside-the-park home run. he was doing more than thinking it, he was doing it. the first inside-the-park home run in three years. the nationals win 8-3. he's bummed. the o's try to win in toronto. cecil tied at 1. cecil pitches to adam jones. cecil struck out four. bottom of the sixth now. chris tillman facing jose batista with one on, and this one is one gone. the sond homer of the night. the bluejays beat the orioles 6-4, the o's still winless and the bluejays 14th win of the seaso
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, which includes open spaces, harris had park, india basin, cargo way, and jennings and hudson street, and what we call the southern portions of blue-green light, which is basically the hunters point shipyard and candlestick park areas. in addition to looking at the existing open spaces, we wanted to look back -- well, so, as part of looking at the existing conditions, we identified approximately 32 different sites, and for each of those sites -- and this is just an example of one of them -- we provided for those and plans, site features, site descriptions, brief descriptions of what occurs at the open spaces, the program of uses that are accommodate it, how to connect with in the larger system, unique features that may be part of the park, whether it is our interpretation or other landscape features that are unique to it. an analysis of the site furnishing, any potential vision for the site that was done through previous planning efforts, and where there are opportunities or constraints to improving the park. this is one example, and i know that the audience like we cannot read this,
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